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Lee & Grant

by Kristin Putchinksi

After the dismal Confederate defeat at Gettysburg, Lee went south and fought the rest of the Civil War in the 1864 Overland Campaign, which historians have agreed was the “largest, hardest fought and most destructive military campaign... Read More

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Command Failure in War

by Kristin Putchinksi

In this meticulous work, the authors analyze the military failures of major leaders in history, due to “dysfunctional personal rigidity.” Using a “psychohistorical” method of analysis, Pois, a professor of history, and Langer, a... Read More

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A Naval History of Great Britain

by Kristin Putchinksi

Confederate Chaplain Thomas Caskey of the 16th Mississippi Calvary, who was dubbed the “fighting parson,” revealed that he thought it “not good policy for a one-horse preacher to arbitrarily commit the God of the universe to either... Read More

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China Marine

by Kristin Putchinksi

After fighting in heavy combat in Peleliu and Okinawa during WWII, Fifth Division Marine Sledge was transferred to China to serve out the rest of his duty. In this book, the author fleshes out this time of experience, exploration, and... Read More

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